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Reader’s view: Different beliefs are great, just don’t share them

Published 12/01/2013, Duluth News Tribune

When I think of how different people are I can’t help but notice how far away we’ve strayed from “one nation under God, indivisible.” We have gone from what I call the Folgers Nation to the Keurig Nation, i.e., from everyone working together toward the betterment of our nation, like sharing a pot of coffee (Folgers), to people or groups being concerned only with their own issues and fighting to get their individual needs, like drinking their single-serving special blend (Keurig).

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